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Subject: Really enjoyed this one
Great morality tale here about what happens when a hard-working honest guy makes some really bad decisions in response to something that happens in his life that was entirely not his fault. Highly recommended.
Subject: Can't get enough !
Love These Old Westerns,,, More Please
I hope that you continue with these. Classic tv and westerns in particular have always been my favorites. Enjoyed this very much, took me back in time. Thanks!
In the deluge of TV Westerns in the late 50s and early 60s, "Outlaws" was unique in that it told its tales from the perspective of the outlaws rather than the lawmen hunting them down. This made "Outlaws" a fascinating show to watch. Keep them coming!
Subject: Adult Western Cancelled ... To Violent
I remember this series as being very distrubing because the 1960's TV audience was not used to realistic portrayal of of gun violence. Hard to believe considering the graphic mayhem of TV today. Keep them coming Mr. Leytes.
Noah 8-? -
Subject: Wow... A Western for grownups
In that era.... there were Sooooo.... many 'westerns'.
We see here up an' coming stars in roles familiar to Nielsen numbies.... This series night not have made stars right off but it was in this atmosphere that so many perfected their craft.
Subject: It takes me back to a simpler time
Thank you Mr. Leytes. This is wonderful. Atryly wonderful and remarkable find. Please contine in
this tremedous work.
Old Dude of the West -
Subject: What a Blast!
This takes me back when Westerns were king on the TV. They had only 3 stations and they had 30 programs like this on TV and that many on the Radio. I wish they more like this, it was good to see Culp before I Spy and the Greatest American hero.